Islamic World Academy of Sciences (IAS)
1986-10-28 Amman Jordan
Founded following recommendations of Standing Committee for Scientific and Technological Cooperation of C-XC4129 - Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) and subsequent approval at the 4th Islamic Summit, 1984, Casablanca. Acts within the framework of COMSTECH.
Serve as a consultative organization of the Islamic and developing world, and institutions of member states of OIC on matters related to science and technology; encourage and promote research on major problems of importance facing Islamic countries and identify future technology of relevance for possible adoption and utilization.
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